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The Science of Pitch Counts
2004-05-29 10:12
by Will Carroll
Notes:
Scott Long is now blogging at NSFWsports.com.
Will Carroll can still be found at Baseball Prospectus.

If someone wants to question my authority on pitch counts, asking me what my standing is to question them, fine. That's not a battle I'll fight. I'm a writer and researcher, but this isn't about me.

If they want to question the science behind the need for pitch counts, that's a battle I'll fight - because there's no doubt of the outcome. Here's the study done for pitch counts in youth baseball.

The best technique the opposition has right now is questioning me, because the truth isn't on their side.

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